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“A human being, appearances to the contrary, doesn’t create his own purposes. These are imposed by the time he’s born into; he may serve them, he may rebel against them, but the object of his service or rebellion comes from the outside. 35 more words

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Andrei Rublev (1966): The Art of Historical Authenticity

When was untethered ballooning invented and by whom? The French in 1783? Or the Russians in 1400?

Andrei Tarkovsky’s historical epic Andrei Rublev opens with an anachronism. 3,918 more words


Ivan's Childhood (Tarkovsky, 1962)

One of the most assured debuts in cinema history, Ivan’s Childhood (1962) marked director Andrei Tarkovsky’s arrival on the world stage. Shot in stark black and white, it remains an almost flawless classic nearly 50 years later. 484 more words

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Originalmente tuve que ver esta película para un trabajo de la universidad, pero terminó cambiando mi concepción sobre el séptimo arte y sus posibilidades. Era tan densa que no pude verla toda de una, sino en las dos partes en que usualmente viene dividida. 837 more words